The star of the Fox medical drama has been on leave most of the season shooting a series of movies. And as the high-profile film roles started to pile up, many of us wondered if she would indeed ever make it back to Princeton Plainsboro. She told Entertainment Weekly last week:
Olivia’s big screen adventures are just getting started with Tron Legacy slated for release next month. While on leave she has worked on Butter with Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Garner, Cowboys & Aliens with Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford, The Change-Up with Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds and Now with Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried.
But with all those big movies in the pipeline, the question naturally becomes: Should Olivia return to House? The rest of the world seems to be catching up to what many a gay lady has known since The O.C., namely that Olivia is a star. So does returning to House in a secondary role make sense? Will they force her back into some sort of
Here’s a big risk, how about putting her in a relationship with another woman that isn’t a sign of reckless and self-destructive behavior? And, because I’ll never be able to let it go, how about those 20 seconds back?
So, what do you think? Happy about Olivia’s return to House? Think she should stay in the pictures? Either way, can we put in a special request for her to play gay again? Pretty please.